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Q: For example, consider how you would gather information on workplace safety. Since there is so much information, how would you decide what to use and what to leave out?
A: Sir You could gather information on workplace safety by going to authoritative sources like OSHA, which is managed by the government. [ [ You can sort through information by looking at the credibility of the sources, whether information is documented, whether the authors have credentials, whether the material is peer reviewed, and so on. .SIR MANY MANY THANKS FOR
ASKING THE QUESTION.I'M SO HAPPY BY GIVING YOU THE ANSWER.THANK YOU SIR. ]
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User: For example, consider how you would gather information on workplace safety. Since there is so much information, how would you decide what to use and what to leave out?

Weegy: Sir You could gather information on workplace safety by going to authoritative sources like OSHA, which is managed by the government. [ [ You can sort through information by looking at the credibility of the sources, whether information is documented, whether the authors have credentials, whether the material is peer reviewed, and so on. .SIR MANY MANY THANKS FOR ASKING THE QUESTION.I'M SO HAPPY BY GIVING YOU THE ANSWER.THANK YOU SIR. ]
rockey1234|Points 137|

User: Since there is so much information on workplace safety, how would you decide what to use and what to leave out in a PowerPoint presentation?

Weegy: I will know my workplace better. Will take what is directly relevant. Will set the priority and arrange the presentation in several parts. As safety is the main point i would find what my dangers are.
Expert answered|piash|Points 1495|

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